On Wednesday, Belgium's Princes Delphine and her husband were present at a traditional ceremony for the deceased members of the royal family in the royal crypt of the Notre-Dame church in Laeken.
Every year since 1935, a mass has been held on 17 February to commemorate all deceased members of the Royal Family.
"Princess Delphine was invited, like her siblings, and responded positively," Francis Sobry, a spokesperson for the palace, told Het Nieuwsblad.
This year, however, the mass could not take place due to the coronavirus measures, and the members of the family followed each other into the crypt, separately and per social bubble.
✨ Souvenir et hommage aux membres défunts de la Famille Royale dans la Crypte royale de l’église Notre-Dame de Laeken.... Posted by Belgische Monarchie Monarchie belge Belgian Monarchy on Wednesday, February 17, 2021